PM Modi is confident in Bihar’s new team.

'I Am Confident...': PM Modi's Message For New Team In Bihar

After Nitish Kumar was sworn in as Bihar Chief Minister for a record ninth time, with the BJP as its partner, Prime Minister Narendra Modi sent his congratulations to the new Bihar team and the Chief Minister.

Nitish Kumar’s new deputies are Samrat Chaudhary and Vijay Sinha from the BJP.

“The NDA government formed in Bihar will spare no effort in the development of the state and fulfilling the aspirations of its people. Congratulations to @NitishKumar ji on becoming Chief Minister and Samrat Chaudhary ji and Vijay Sinha ji on taking oath as Deputy Chief Ministers,” Mr. Modi posted on X in Hindi.

“I am confident that this team will serve the people of the state with full dedication. @samrat4bjp @VijayKrSinhaBih,” the Prime Minister added.

However, the recent realignment in Bihar and Nitish Kumar’s fifth political U-turn in a decade has earned him the moniker “paltumaar” or “paltu Kumar.” ‘Paltumaar’ means someone who frequently changes their stance.

“I have been saying this from the beginning that Nitish Kumar can switch sides anytime. This has become a part of his politics. But today’s developments have shown that all parties and leaders in Bihar are ‘paltumaars’,” said poll strategist Prashant Kishor, who also tagged the BJP as “paltumaars.”

The BJP, according to Kishor, had previously declared that they would not entertain Nitish Kumar. “The BJP leaders who were verbally abusing Nitish Kumar yesterday will now praise him as a symbol of good governance. The RJD, which was calling him a leader for the future, will now see corruption in Bihar,” he said.

Tejashwi Yadav, who was Bihar’s deputy Chief Minister until recently, referred to his former boss and ally Nitish Kumar as a “tired Chief Minister” after the latter switched sides to join hands with the BJP again.

“It seems we made a tired CM work. The game is not over yet,” Tejashwi Yadav, the son of Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) chief Lalu Yadav, told reporters.

Explaining his decision, 72-year-old Nitish Kumar stated, “The new Grand Alliance that we created in August 2022 is not in good condition. The situation is not looking good.”

Mr. Kumar also criticized the opposition bloc INDIA, which he had engineered.

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